Melissa Suchanek is double majoring in both Neuroscience and Public Health, with a minor in Global Environmental Change and Sustainability. She hopes to pursue her Masters in environmental health sciences, while eventually attend medical school. She hopes to combine her love for both the medical field and the environment and focus her career on developing mechanisms to ease the effects of pollution and other toxic chemicals on at-risk populations. In addition to Osler, she does neurotoxicology research with the Kennedy Kreiger Institute, communications for the Center for Injury Research and Policy, tutors with Charm City Science League, and is on the executive board of United Against Inequities in Disease. Her hobbies include traveling and eating new and fun food!